ALGIM WEBINAR: Agile (Part 1): Agile Values, Principles and Concepts

  • 1 Jun 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 106


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This workshop series is designed to introduce you to the Agile mindset, as well as giving you some tools that you can start using immediately in your workplace.  

In this session - Part 1, you will learn about the principles and values of modern Agile and how these can be applied within any workplace.  

On 3 June part two will be delivered-  Part 2 (practical things you can do using Agile), you will learn some tips to make your meetings more effective, transform your to-do list, and deliver even more value to your customers. You will need to register for part two through this link

About the Presenters:


Sharon Grant, Group Manager People and Culture, Rangitikei DC 

Sharon is an experienced facilitator and trainer who uses Agile as a coaching tool to enhance team productivity, collaboration and customer service delivery.  Sharon’s background is in Human Resources Management and she also has leadership experience within corporate support, community services and emergency management.  Sharon has 16 years local government experience, and has also worked in health, education and consulting. She is a Chartered Fellow of Human Resources New Zealand (HRNZ) and has served a term on the HRNZ Board where she held the role of National Vice President.   

Leith Haarhoff, Project Lead Digital, PNCC  

Leith is a certified agile team facilitator with 12 years experience in local  government. He has also worked in education and heritage as a people manager, strategist and project lead. Leith has a depth of experience in digitisation and online projects

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